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Author Archives: Nicholas Durant

CJ McMahon officially back in Thy Art Is Murder; hear a new track

Posted by on January 20, 2017

After a year with fill-ins and speculation of what was to come for Thy Art is Murder, fans prayers have been answered and vocalist CJ McMahon is not only back in the band but there is new music. After walking away from the band in December of 2015 because he could no longer afford touring […]

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Metalcore is off to a bad start in 2017

Posted by on January 12, 2017

Barely two weeks into 2017 and the metalcore universe has been turned upside down. While 2016 was the year that we lost a ton of iconic musicians, 2017 is becoming the year of band members stepping away from their bands. Either it’s very coincidental that several metalcore bands are now down a member and some […]

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Suicide Silence introduce us to “Doris,” clean singing

Posted by on January 6, 2017

Suicide Silence have released “Doris,” their first single off of their fifth studio album set to be released on February 24 on Nuclear Blast. This is the first glimpse of the new self-titled album and it’s definitely not your typical Suicide Silence. When talk of a new Suicide Silence album began last year, many rumors […]

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Attila drummer Sean Heenan leaves band

Posted by on January 2, 2017

Not even twelve hours into 2017 and yet another metalcore band is down a member. Drummer Sean Heenan announced on Twitter on January 1st that he and Attila have parted ways. There is no information regarding what caused the split and the band has yet to make a statement about the situation or who will […]

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Austin Carlile leaves Of Mice & Men

Posted by on December 31, 2016

If this year was a roller coaster for Of Mice & Men, they’re ending 2016 on a big drop. Vocalist Austin Carlile released a statement on his social media that he will be leaving the band due to his health. Carlile has Marfan Syndrome, a genetic connective tissue disorder, and it’s gotten progressively worse over […]

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